2015 National Conference

Twenty-fifth Annual National Conference

Created for Creativity:  Music, Culture and Faith

Belmont University, Nashville, TN

October 9 - 11, 2015


The twenty-fifth Annual LFP National Conference, Created for Creativity: Music, Culture, and Faith, convened at Belmont University in Nashville, TN, October 9-11, 2015. The conference began with a plenary address by Dr. Steve Guthrie of Belmont University entitled, “Crated for Creativity,” appears here and in the LFP issue of The Cresset in spring, 2016. Conferees also heard panelists William Powell of Auburn University, Rod Riley of Word Entertainment, and recording artist and professor of songwriting Ginny Owens, and heard musical performances by students, alums, and faculty of the Belmont University Department of Music. Participants also experienced the Stations of the Cross art exhibit by David Ribar, as well as a Friday evening vespers service. Some participants asked how to contact Ms. Owens for performances—she can be reached at ginny@ginnyowens.com, and her latest free download can be found here. The LFP offers a big thanks to the wonderful folks at Belmont for such a terrific conference.

 

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